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How to Repair Nose of Wakeskim Board?


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While failing a 360 last weekend, my Ronix "The Skimmer" board ended up on the swim platform.  I think it must've hit the handle above the platform because afterwards I noticed that the nose is damaged.  :oops:  I can't get the "Insert image from URL" feature to work, so here's a link to a picture: Wakeskimmer picture

Any suggestions on repair?  I was thinking some marine grade epoxy and clamp it together while the epoxy sets, but wondering if anybody has found a better solution.  It appears that the bonding from the bottom layer of the board to the core has failed, as it's wanting to delaminate.  Thanks!


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I'd do just what you are considering.  Maybe stick a couple of toothpicks in there to hold the wound open, then fill with two part epoxy and clamp it shut.  Gently wipe excess and leave it for a couple of days.  I've fixed our boat board like that like 6 or 7 years ago and it's still going strong.

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Thanks for the feedback!  I contacted Ronix as well and they also recommended Solarez.  I ordered a tube from Amazon which showed up today so I'll give it a try in the next day or two and report back.  I like the idea of holding it open with toothpicks while I push the Solarez in there.  

As a side note, any idea how to insert a picture into a post?  I'd like to upload photos when I'm done so you can see the results.

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